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Old 31st January 2009, 02:36 PM   #1
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Mounting the chip itself
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yesterday I posted the results of tip-diving at the town dump. A nice plate-amp heat sink with a thermal impedance of about 0.2 C/W.

I'd like to pass along the method by which the chipamp output stages were mounted on the heatsinks -- you could do this with 4-40 or 6-32 threaded rod (but you'd have to be careful torqueing them up) :

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Looks nice, and you might still be able to read the part number.

I used to try to make Belleville washers for transistors n such, but this was aluminimum, not very springy.
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